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from parkville towards towson. if you are using the west side this morning, no problems to report whatsoever. it's going to take you 11 minutes from 795, down to 95. that's a look at your abc2 news time saver traffic. over to you. >>> charlie, you just had a baby, i'm sure you've heard this, infants should sleep on their backs. >> coming up at 5:00, new information on the ways your baby should sleep to keep them safe at night. >> free checking accounts could become a thing of the past. the fees that some will have to pay to keep the accounts open as well as active. >>> if you want your child to lose weight, cut out the sugar drinks, the study appeared in the new england journal of medicine and it increases the chances of children becoming obese. the average american gets more than 200 extra calories a day from the drinks. the american beverage association says sugar sweetened beverages are not responsible for the obesity rates but our overall diets. >>> if you bought a coach purse, you may get cash back. coach was sued over requesting addresses and emails of customers. coach agre
. >>> a man did all he could to try to savor his neighbor. >> and more trouble in parkville. a man stabbed to death trying to break up a fight. >> turning to normal so what did you think of the second year of the grande prix? >> did you ever have a mobile mechanic work on your car? >> here we are. labor day weekend. sticky, overcast, rainy, not the way you want to spend the last hours of summer. >> at the beach today they hope for a better date tomorrow but we had a little bit of action. mike has something cool. >> we had a water spout. developing storm over a humid environment produces water spouts and this case it was around rocky point. moved in to the chesapeake. really impressive photographs online and we have confirmed this photograph from cody rogers, take a look, looking out toward the back river. impressive looking water spout. we have another one, this from sue in millers island. take a look at this. looking out of her backyard show a good-looking funnel cloud here here. impressive photographs. we will put them on facebook. >>> another humid break down from wake u
. no delays over to the other side, parkville, towson. 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 up to 83. jfx, nothing to get in your way, southbound, 695, downtown to east fayette. that stretch will take you 11 minutes as well. >>> 6 people arrested, one person shot after the towson university homecoming party went violent. >> businesses put on lockdown. >> sherrie johnson is live at towson with the details and it took a while for police to get things under control. >> reporter: yes, we are talking about from 11:00 p.m. saturday to 3:30 sunday morning, it started right here at rutger theater. there was a fraternity party and it got too crowded. it took place four hours to break up this crowd. 6 people were arrested, one person shot in the hand near houston circle and rushed to the hospital for surgery. video shot by the witness shows police treeng to get control of the suspect on the grounds. dogs were brought in. pepper spray used. businesses put on lockdown. it was the homecoming. people from off campus caused the chaos that started at the theater. police responded to the scene to hel
the push down towards loop 40. here's the bellway in parkville at hartford road, the outer loop a bit sluggish. that is a look the a your abc2 time saver traffic. >>> all new this morning, finally that's what many of you may be saying this morning after news broke just after midnight that the national football league and referees are reached a deal ending a stalemate that could have done damage to the on field program. and it begins tonight here in baltimore. >> they're first game back on the job will be tonight at m and t bank stadium when the ravens host the cleveland browns. couldn't be better time. those replacement refs would have been on the field had the nfl not reached this tentative agreement. you remember what happened monday night when things came to a boiling point. the replacement refs were under fire for the questionable call that gave the saw hawks the win over the green bay packers. after that call the two sides got serious about negotiations. coaches players and fans have been frustrated with the o -- officiating by the refs. for football fans especially those ravens
, the teen believed to be behind a hazmat situation that forced people out of their homes in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters with the latest. what exactly was the teen making? >> reporter: police are testing the chemical to determine exactly what it was. they are saying it was not bomb making material or a meth lab. police and hazmat crews were called out in parkville last night, the person living there called 911 after he smelled a strong odor coming from the basement. when he went down stairs he found his nephew and a friend mixing chemicals. >> i walked in to the basement where it was coming from. my nephew and his friend were down there. they had a bottle of, a spray can of engine starting flawed and a sprayed it in to two mountain due bottles, preparing to sell out because they were selling these things to get high with. >> reporter: the teens uncle says he had to call 911 earlier in the day after finding threats on his nephew's facebook page saying he was threatening violence against a high school. police are searching for the teen this morning. live at county
are using 695 this morning, this is what it looks like in parkville, harford road. nothing to get in your way, inner loop, nice and clear towards towson. >>> field of dreams is a field of love. yeardly love played lacrosse on a field behind notre dame prep before going on to uva before she was killed by a boyfriend. soccer field hockey and lacrosse will be played. athletes will play. it took 18 months of planning and $1.2 million to build this, done in donations. the 1 love foundation put it together. >> the field is a great tribute to her memorable characteristics. . >> yeardly love's mom and sister say they will be at games and take the story and foundation to a national audience when they interview on katie this month. a aberdeen police officer is dead after a bizarre accident. he fell 50 feet to his death off of an elevated exit ramp on i-95 saturday morning. the 29 year old was on a party bus, coming back from a trip to dc when it pulled over for a unknown reason. it appears to be a tragic accident. they will continue the investigation trying to figure out why the bus pull over and
to downtown. here is what the beltway looks like at parkville, roads going to be wet. be careful as you head out. no delays from parkville up through towson. >>> chicago teachers strike going on after both sides are headed to a resolution. rob emmanuel is appealing to end the strike. sherrie johnson is live this morning with what is happening in our area. >> reporter: later this afternoon, a group of activists will be here at the corner of coal spring leap and falls road in north baltimore in front of western high school, they want to come together for a picket line and then they will have a news conference afterwards. they want to show support for the chicago teachers that are on strike because they are defying big business in their mayor. they want to show support for those making sacrifices for teachers, workers and communities everywhere. a chicago judge scheduled a hearing on a injunction to end the strike for wednesday at 10:30 a.m. the city attorneys filed a brief saying the strike is illegal. by the time the judge hears the case -- they may have ended the strike. >> they need to be i
parkville to 83 and here's the west side of the beltway at wilkins avenue. no delays here either. looks like it's in great shape. megan over to you. >> thanks. >>> today is the day we take a moment out of our busy lives to pay respects to those who died on september 11th. families of the victims in the world trade center towers made their way to ground zero on the eve of the anniversary. during the somber time we learned two pieces of good news are being released for survivors. a financial agreement will allow the september 11th memorial to go forward and the government will cover patients whose cancer was caused by the debris at ground zero. >> first responders who were there for us we will be there for them and we will compensate and provide treatment. >> about 50 new cancers will be covered by a $2 billion settlementp fund set up for victim compensation. >>> there's local events happening today to commemorate the anniversary of september 11th. a candlelight vigil will take place tonight at 6:30 alodge the path at -- along the path at puddy hill avenue and you are inviteded to a ceremony i
, drive time looking good. >>> a hazmat incidents in baltimore has police searching for a parkville teenager this morning, linda so is live at county police headquarters to tell us what happened and why they are looking for this guy. >> people had to be evacuated from their homes after a chemical was found in the teenager's house. police are still trying to determine exactly what the chemical was but they are saying it was not bomb making material or a meth lab. police were called to originally oak in parkville, the person living there called 911, after he smelled a strong odor from the basement. he found his 19 year old nephew and a friend mixing chemicals. he sold it to people who used it to get high. >> we don't know what charges he could face. we will continue to investigate to see what we have. >> reporter: the teen's uncle says he called 911 earlier in the day after he found threats on his nephew's facebook page saying he was threatening violence against a high school. police are searching for the teen this morning. linda so, abc2 news. >>> maryland lost another one of its own
looks like in parkville, no significant delays, a easy ride up towards towson, but the roads going to be wet, that's the same case here on the harrisburg expressway, showers in hunt valley, no delays onto the jfx in to the city. that's a look at the time saver traffic. >>> more than 700 miles away, they are in different school districts. why is a local group of activists gathering on behalf of chicago teachers on strike? western high school in baltimore city and sherrie johnson is live this morning, what does chicago have to do with baltimore. >> reporter: local activists will gather here in north baltimore, take to the streets for a picket line and a press conference to follow. they want to support teachers who are defying big business and mayor. they support the teachers making sacrifices for students, teachers, working and communities everywhere. a chicago judge has scheduled a hearing on a possible injunction to end the chicago teachers strike for wednesday at 10:30 a.m. chicago city attorneys filed a brief saying the strike is illegal, the union is scheduled to meet to decide
. that will take you 90 minutes and this is all the way up towards pikesville. and no problems from parkville up to towson. for those of youing the jfx, no delays there as well. just 11 minutes to travel southbound from the beltway to fayette street. megan over to you. >>> baltimore county police and public schools right now say they have a new approach to safety and security on the he's of two gun incidents at baltimore county schools. sherrie johnson is live with more on the security plan. what have you learned. you were speaking early this morning with the school officials on the phone. >> reporter: that's exactly right. baltimore county public schools plan to meet with staff and top educators about the building safety and security plan in a mandatory meeting this morning. the plan is to try to make schools a lot safer. baltimore county's superintendent, he just started july 1st. and he said that he wants to build a larger safety net for security this comes after two major gun incidents at baltimore county schools season the first day of class. in one incident, a teenage gunman shot another i
parkville up towards towson, if you are traveling to the west side of the beltway, now no problems to report traveling the outer loop from 795s down towards 95. that will take you 11 minutes. >>> the teachers strike in chicago enters the 7th day today. it has kept 350,000 students out of the classroom. it's the first teachers strike in chicago in 25 years, the two sides will gather this afternoon, this morning, though, baltimore community activists are gathering to show support for the teachers. sherrie johnson is live with more on why they are supporting the teachers. >> reporter: they definitely want to get out there and show support. they will be here this afternoon about 3:30 p.m., they will have a picket line at the direction of cold spring lane and falls road in north baltimore. we are here in front of western high school, this is where they are going to hit the streets if the picket line and want to support teachers defying big business and mayor. they want to support those making sacrifices for students, teachers, workers and communities everywhere. a judge scheduled a hearing on a p
out of the ordinary, though. as we head over to parkville, no problems to report on the outer loop towards 83 and inner loop collie as well towards 95. >>> ravens are celebrating a win after playing host to the patriots in a rematch of last season's afc title game. baltimore lost that one 23-20 on a missed field goal, seconds remaining. last night, all about pay back, this time, a much different story. justin tucker, 27 yards out, eeks it in. ravens win this one barely by inches. 31-30 the final score. it was app emotional night for smith. he was on the field hours after learning his younger brother died and this morning, linda so is here with how he made it through the game. >> the support he received from teammates and fans meant so much. he told people about his brother's death on twitter and his account flooded with well wishes from fans. he played the game for his brother, kevin jones died before midnight sunday when his motorcycle crashed in to a utility pole in virginia. alcohol was not a factor and wearing his helmet. he traveled to virginia to be with his family. he got an
at a production shop in parkville. they will start making the t- shirts this morning and it's going to happen earlier and you can buy them at cal stores and you can find them on torychant.com. something to keep in mind. >>> those working at fort meade working to prevent military suicides and today they will take part in several mandatory sessions for all service members and civilians. it's part of an army wives stand down to address the rying number of suicides among active duty soldiers i'm cording to the army the number of suicide deaths in july was more than double that the number in june. pentagon leaders are stepping up efforts to help solve the problem. >>> five things to know on this wednesday. casey anthony back in court in florida this morning. a judge scheduled to hear motions related to a defamation suit that's filed against her by a woman. anthony claimed a nanny namedthat took her daughter in 2008. >>> a contractor named to get the much needed repair work to the washington monument. the monument was damaged during a earthquake and the national park service will make the announcem
now from white marsh, down to the fort mc henry, a at 695, parkville. harford road, everything up to speed down towards 95. outer loop slowing down as you make the drive towards cromwell bridge, baltimore national pike, inner loop fine through pikesville, the outer loop will be sluggish, driving from 795 to route 40. >>> ravens had win against the patriots. final score 31-30, by a matter of inches. the game was about more than simply football. he played less than a day after learning about the death of his younger brother and linda so has the latest on the accident that killed the younger brother, the receiver is coping with the loss. >> since back in the game, it's helping him a lot and the support he reed from teammates and fans has gone a long way, he played the game for his brother. kevin jones died before midnight sundays when his motorcycle crashed in to a utility pole in virginia. alcohol was not a factor and he was wearing a helmet. he traveled to virginia to be with his family who says he got an hour of sleep before the game and made the decision to play when he got to th
. this is parkville at hartford road, no problems on the inner loop getting down towards 95. the outer loop is nice and clear all the way up to york road. back to you. >>> 6:46 right now. michelle obama will be in baltimore this afternoon attending a fund raising event at morgan state university. it starts at 3:00 and will take place at the murphy fine arts center. ticket prices rain from $250 to $1,000. students only have to pay $25. next week she'll join her husband on the view. the president and first lady again are going to be joining the hosts on the couch on tuesday, the couple's first joint appearance for that show. mitt romney is scheduled to appear next month. the taped interview is part of the red white and view campaign, focusing on political issues. >>> the reverend al sharpton is in washington, d.c. to support same-sex marriage in maryland. he's having a news conference at the national press club. also attending, a minister of about an 8,000 member church in prince georges county. maryland voters are deciding whether or not to allow same- sex couples to marry in our state. that issue i
to be in great shape from parkville, and the west side will remain nice and clear just eleven minutes on the outer loop from 795 down toward 95. >>> five minutes from five, a warning about a new scam targeting seniors and social security benefits. identity thieves are getting their hands on personal information like a full name and bank account number and reroute the benefits to their own bank accounts and prepaid debate cards. the scam is becoming popular just as the social security administration prepares to switch all beneficiaries to direct deposit instead of mailing out paper checks. >>> if you're college students weighed down by large student loan debts you're not alone. the number of households with debt is rising. it's estimated that one in every five households carries some sort of student loan debt. the average loan in 2010 was almost $27,000. that's more than double what borrowers owed back in 1995. >>> halloween sales are expected to reach a ten year high. 7 in 10 americans are going to spend big in 2012. it's predicted they'll spent $8 billion on costumes, decorations and
court road, but more significant delays as we travel down towards route 40. here's parkville, 695 nice and clear on the inner loop down towards 95, and the outer loop no problems getting up towards towson. that's a look at your abc 2 news time saver traffic. megan, over to you. >>> times are tight, everyone is trying to save money, you want a deal, but you don't want to haggle. don't worry, there is a way you can do it without having to go through the bargains and the hassle of talking somebody into a lower deal. there are simple strategies that could save you some money. so renee marsh has more on these details that can score you some big savings. renee, tell us right now, what are they? >>reporter: i know, megan, i was wondering why are we just finding out about this strategy now, but it is a best-kept secret now being revealed. time magazine sharing this strategy with how people who shop online can save a buck, especially if you're going to be shopping this holiday season. so let's just say, for example, we're going to be online, we see something we like, portable dvd player, you k
. >> believed to be behind a has mat situation that forced people out of their homes in parkville. linda so is live with the latest and what do police think this team was making? >> reporter: police are trying to determine what this chemical was but saying it was not bomb making material or a meth lab. police and crews were called out to originally oak road in packville, the person called 911 after he smelled a strong odor from the basement. he found his 19 year old nephew and a friend mixing chemicals. i walked down to the basement where it was coming from. my nephew and his friend were down there, they had a bottle of engine starting fluid, a can, i'm sorry, they sprayed it in to two mountain due bottles, filled it up with hot water and shaking it up and preparing to sell it because they were selling them for people to get high with. >> reporter: the teen's uncle called 911 earlier after finding threats on his nephew's facebook page. police are searching for the teen and trying to determine if any charges will be filed against him. linda so, abc2 news. young woman is struck bay car, passe
a evacuation of several neighboring homes. called to a home on ridgely road in parkville just after 5 o'clock... after the owner reported smmlling strange chemicals.the owner says he was concerned because his nephew... who currently lives there... was makinggthreats. police arrived... searching for either a bomb or a meth lab... but quickly ruled them out.now... the homeowner says he's sorry for all the trouble. eddie dize, owwer of home: "i wanna apologize to the neighbors who ere inconvenienced around here. they were all more than gracious, and i apollgize to every one of them."//sot # 2// shawn vinson, baltimore co. police: "we are continuing to look for this family member at this point. this person was house."investigators say the chemicals found inside the home were not unusual. the maryland department of agriculture will begin spraying for mosquitoes... after the state's firss case of the west nile virus was repo. reported.spraying will take place this thursday and next thursday... in the milford tte spraying affer 7:30 aa night.the virus is transmitted through the bite of a mos
very slow as you make the drive down towards interstate 70. and here's what it looks like in parkville. no significant delays here at harford road. up towards providence road but we have a crash in parkville that you want to watch out for right on harford road at joppa road. and another inside baltimore city right on old frederick road at more lee road. megan over to you. >>> take you live again you're looking at a picture as protestors and police have been clashing outside of the u.s. embassy in cairo. this is a developing story this morning. groups were outside throwing stones and bottles at the building. and they were upset about a film they say mocks islam. now at least 13 people were injured in these clashes that happened throughout the night. egypt's government called for restraint while denouncing the film which also sparked fury in libya where four americans were killed in benghazi. we want toilet you know that we are hear -- to let you know that we are hearing reports of an embassy in yemen under attack. however they didn't make it into the grounds into the actual building. "g
traveling across the key bridge and it will remain that way from parkville up to towson. over to you. >> all right. thanks so much. >>> 7 minutes after 5 right now. if your breakfast food includes cheese this morning, you want to check the packaging. there's a reason why. there's a recall that could have you throwing out cheese products so you don't end up in the doctor's office. >> reporter: three new libraries are unveiled in baltimore city public schools. i am sherrie johnson and i will have a sneak preview coming up. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. in deep red apples and in each golden bead. it blends into a perfect crunch you'll savor, giving us the most perfect lesson in flavor. nature valley, nature at its most delicious.
in great shape. no concerns from parkville all the way up to towson and west side also going to be nice and clear traveling that outer loop from 795 down toward 95. you are looking at an 11-minute drive. megan oaf to you. >> now your -- megan over to you. >>> now your college student is getting settled in it could be time to chat about money especially credit card. laws are supposed to protect young people from piling up credit card debt but there's risk. karin caifa has the latest. >> reporter: gone are the days of credit companies setting up shop on college campuses with freebies for setting up thanks to the credit card accountability responsibility and disclosure act that took effect in 2010 which put a halt to marketing to students within 1,000 feet of campus. the same law stopped companies from issuing cards to young people under age 21 unless they have the income or cosigner. but when used properly managing a credit card can help studentswith positive money lessons. experts at credit.com recommend reviewing important points before putting a credit card in a student's wallet. that
the parkville region. 63 out of the white marsh area. a nice start for the glen burnie area, 56 100. here's a quick, live look at traffic. -- 56 at 100. north and southbound building but a smooth ride. maybe a little foggy. problem free at the moment. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> president obama and mitt romney had backed out on the campaign trail in new hampshire and iowa. >> tracie potts has the latest report from charlotte. >> after a final night of music, jokes -- >> it makes you nervous, doesn't it? >> and speeches. >> this man has occurred in his soul and a spine of steel. >> president obama laid out a choice between two visions. he rallied against too much government. >> we do not want bailouts for banks that breaks the rules. >> he took a few jabs at mitt romney. he recounted major accomplishments. >> osama bin laden is dead. >> they cannot build them fast enough. >> the bulk of the speech aimed at the middle class. >> just to pay for another millionaire's tax cut. >> the president called for a million new manufacturing jobs and reducing the deficit by $4 trillion. >
's no concerns from parkville all the way up to towson. looking at just an 11 minute ride on the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. and here's a live look at the harrisburg expressway up in hunt valley. no problems to report here at shawan road. it will be a very easy ride down to 695 and it will remain nice and clear as you do get on to the jfx. and you're taking a live look now at 95 downtown at 395. everything up to speed through the fort mchenry tunnel as well as the harbor tunnel. megan over to you. >>> back to class after a man was shot inside a building on campus. the shooting happened in a student center yesterday and witnesses say the victim was playing pool when he was shot. so far, they still haven't tracked down the gunman in the case but on "good morning maryland" at 5:00 we're going to have a live report from morgan state university this morning hearing reaction from students who are talking about the safety issues on campus that the shooting is now raising. >>> the teen charged in the perry hall high school shooting, he's going to be back in court today. robert gladden has a
to parkville look live outside here at harford road. no delays the inner loop is clear down towards 95. and the outer loop nothing to get in your way heading up towards 83. here's what the west side looks like. traffic is moving right along just 12 minutes altogether traveling the outer loop from 795 down towards 95 and the inner loop will be clear up through pikesville. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan. >>> two minutes after 6. it's a staple in most kitchens. kids love it on everything. peanut butter recall expanded raising more concerns for families as well as the government. sherrie johnson is here with the details and this is bigger than originally thought. >> reporter: exactly. we are talking about over 70 products. we have learn the large-scale recall for trader joe's brand valencia peanut but the are applies to nutter butter sold under 14 brand names at stores around country including almond butter and peanut butter with flax seed sold at target's store. the product which is sold nationwide has been linked to 29 cases of salmonella in 18 states. more than 3/4
live here in parkville, this is going to be a shot of 83 just north of 695 and you will notice traffic picking up here on the harrisburg expressway remaining clear overall as you head into the city. and here's a look at the beltway in parkville inner loop nice and clear from harford road to 95 and outer loop starting to pick up as you make the drive towards providence road. that's the abc2 timesaver traffic. now back to you. >>> in this morning's health alert, important news for babies. the center for disease control is urging anyone born between 1945 and 1965 to get tested for hepatitis c which can cause serious liver damage. it can be treated if caught early. all it takes is a simple blood test. >> there are several medication that is can treat hepatitis c and prevent the progression to so rows ies. >> babe -- scrows ies. -- cirrhosis. >> hepatitis c can be spread through iv drug use or- protected sex or pierceings and tattoos and from mom to baby a it's important to be tested because it typically shows no symptoms at all. >> baltimore woman faces daily struggling to recover after be
delay free from parkville all the way up towards towson and if you are using the jfx to get into the city nothing out of the ordinary. 11 minutes right now traveling southbound from 695 all the way downtown to east fayette street. megan and charley over to you. >>> after four years after maryland voters approved a casino the site is a empty lot. >> now we get a glimpse of harrah's bolt pore will -- baltimore will look like. >> reporter: the future of it is getting clearer. a huge sign went up yesterday. the developers of a proposed slots casino in baltimore isgiving us a look for a high quality high dollar facility. it will have more than 100,000 square feet of gaming space and a steak house and buffet and food court. it's planning to hire 1200 employees as well as attracting businesses from all over the country. it is openly supporting question 7 on the november ballot that would legalize table games in maryland as well as adding a 6th casino in prince george's county bringing in another 500 jobs. >> the other casinos -- we would be responsible to build a brand new facility
down to route 40. and here's what the beltway looks like in parkville at harford road, no problems. traveling the outer loop down -- inner loop down towards 95 and the outer loop clear towards towson. that's a look at your abc 2 time saver traffic. megan, over to you. >>> he was in the community 16 years. sergeant ann lockren of the sheriff's department is being laid to rest. he passed away last week after suffering a heart attack. lockren began feeling the symptoms at the funeral of another sergeant. services are being held in joppa this morning. lockren leaves behind a wife and a child. >>> in the meantime, another loss for the harford county sheriff's department to tell you about this morning. the man on your screen, 10 moyer, a former sheriff, he passed away at the age of 83 on monday. he started with the state police and became sheriff back in 1986. during his time he helped with several youth programs in the county and following ceremonies as well. a memorial service is happening this saturday at the mountain christian church. that's happening at 11:00 in the morning. >>> po
. that will continue to route 40. here's the beltway in parkville at harford road. no problems on the now heading -- inner loop heading to 95 and the outer loop clear to towson. >>> this morning they are searching for an arsonist who fire bombed two apartment buildings while people were inside sleeping. abc2 news linda so is live this morning in northeast baltimore where the first fire started and linda, what are police doing in the area today? >> reporter: they promised the boost their presence and patrol the area all morning long we've seen police cruisers with their lights on circling the neighborhood. they're hoping anyone with information will call them. anyone who knows who fire bombed this apartment building. they've put up signs throughout the neighborhood offering a reward for tips on this arson. there was also is second fire that happened a mile away there the location. police say someone threw a molotov cocktail through a first floor window here at the parkside garden aparents just before 4:00 yesterday morning. six adults and one child were hurt. they're all expected to recover. about
. that will continue down to route 40. here's what it looks like in parkville. fortunately no problems on the inner loop making your way down towards 95, and the outer loop sluggish up towards providence road. megan, over to you. >>> let's go to that breaking news that we've been following this morning. seven people, including a child had to be rushed to the hospital after a fire broke out in northeast baltimore. it is happening at 5003 load stone way. it's an apartment building, and that's where we find abc 2 news' linda stow. linda, do police know anything or fire officials know anything about the cause of this yet, or is it too early? >>reporter: it's still too early. they're investigating the cause right now. it's been about two hours since the flames were put out. you can see it's that apartment building over there across the street. you can still see some fire trucks here on the scene. what we know is that around 3:55 this morning, here at the parkside garden apartments, firefighters arrived to find a three-story, garden-style apartment building fully engulfed. they found the first, second,
great shape from parkville up towards towson and no delays over on the west side right now if you arehded -- headed from 795 toward 95. you are looking at an 11 minute ride. that's your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan over to you. >>> five minutes away from five. stay at home parents are denied credit card because they don't have their own income. current laws require credit card issue euers to look at applicant's individual income when making lender decisions. they are trying to change that. it's expected to propose a rule in the next coming months to make it easier for those without personal income to qualify for credit card. >>> toys r us hiring 5,000 more holiday workers this year compared to last year. the toy retailer plans to add 45,000 temporary employees nationwide. toys r us says the extra help will be around through the new year and possibly could lead to some full-time employment. >>> here's what we are working oncoming up on good morning maryland at five. we will show outefforts one local group is making to get people to the polls and vote against same sex marriage come
in parkville. they are both under arrest and now charged with concocting drugs for what's called huffing. the boys were mixing egen starter fluid with water in plastic bottles and she thinks they plan to sell a mixture of it as an inhalant. justin made facebook posts threatening to shoot up local high schools. >> he actually idealizes columbine shooters. he thinks isfabulous. -- he thinks it's fabulous. and i'm afraid in the long run he could basically do the same thing to a school. and it scares me. >> police say they have found no evidence yet that a threat like that covalent bond carried out. -- could have been carried out. >>> clouds for the most part in dolt tonight, but a -- baltimore tonight. the question is will the clouds hold up tomorrow? wyatt everhart is here with the latest news. i was out in canton tonight and just got hit with the rain. >> that's the type of thing we're going to see tomorrow. i think a more wide spread down pour. keep the unbrella handy. we're already seeing that type of activity in west virginia, southwestern pennsylvania. i think that will be headed our
minute ride. 695 in great shape in parkville into towson. and traffic is starting to pick up on the west side of the beltway but no significant delays. just 12 minutes to travel from the outer loop traveling from 795 to 695. >>> kiss your kids good-bye and send them off to school hoping they'll be safe in the classroom. but in baltimore county that comes hard to come by. but the leaders have a plan in place. will it work? sherrie johnson is live this morning. how ishis plan different? >> reporter: basically, they plan to build on that security plan. they're encouraging students and staff to be aware of your surroundings. if you see something, say something. and they're implementing a new tip line and they want to hire a new security director. administrators will meet with students and staff in a mandatory meeting, talking about the building an. and the superintendent said that he wants to beef up safety and security in the school building. this comes after two gun incidents at baltimore county schools since the first day of class. in one incident, a student was shot in the cafeteria at p
in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters with the latest. >> reporter: police are still testing the chemical to determine what it was. they are saying it was not bomb making material or a meth lab. police and hazmat crews were called to originally oak road last night. the person living there called 911 after he spelled a odor from the basement. he found his 19 year old nephew and a friend mixing chemicals. they sold to it people who used it to get high. >> i walked in the house and smelled a sickening, the worst smell i ever smelled in my life. i felt i was lightheaded and going to pass out and throw up. bloop >> reporter: the uncle says he had to call 911 earlier in the day after finding threats on his nephew's facebook page. police are still searching for the teen this morning. linda so, abc2 news. >>> hundreds of friends, family and fellow servicemen and women came took into account to say thank you and good-byes to navy seal patrick feet. he died in afghanistan a few weeks ago. she cher sherrie johnson is here with the story. >> hundreds of people turned out for this
christian church in joppa. >>> man is behind bars, at a bar in parkville. he is charged in a stabbing death of jones. police say tries was one of several people who jointed in to a fight that started between two women. jones was stabbed a number of times while trying to break up the fight. >>> tornado hit a community in new york over the weekend. this happened in the breezy point neighborhood in queens. remarkable video. part of a powerful cold front that moved through with heavy rains and winds, this is in the northeast. fire officials had to respond to reports of tppedz in brooklyn and queens. there was structural damage and downed trees and power lines. no injuries reported. >>> we had a tornado warning that entered arundel for a while. that was able to expire. nothing at the ground, nobody spotted tornados on the ground. for today, we are not seeing rain, no type of cells, no opportunity of thunderstorms popping up in the picture. we are going to be nice and dry, that's the scenario. we get a closer inspections not even clouds. that will translate in to southbound. temperatures on the
in great shape. no problems in parkville up to townse
seeing a sky blue car with a broken mirror, call the police. >>> it is a scary night for park parkville. fire and has mat crews were -- hazmat crews were called after a resident noticed a strange odor in a home. turns out it wasn't a methlab, but there was some mixing going on in the basement and it involved his nephew and a friend. >> they sprayed engine starting fluid into two mountain dew bottles and they were shaking it up and preparing to sell it because apparently they are selling these things for people to get high with. >> he doesn't live there. he said he called 911 early in the day about his nephew posting threats on facebook and tonight police are looking for the teenager. >>> jason whyman was on a sail boat with his girlfriend when a big wind gust-tossed both into the water. this happened near bayside beach. he was recovered but they lost sight of whyman. the response boat from station curtus bay is going to stay overnight. that rest of the crews will come back at first light. >>> most streets are opening again and baltimore is getting it's main drag back after a weekend of
, towards 95. no delays on 695, parkville all the way up to towson, 95, northeast corridor in great shape. 4 minute ride from route 43 to the beltway. >>> they are doing this for art model. the team is dedicating their season to the icon who brought football to charm city. sherrie johnson is live on how they plan to honor model. >> reporter: we are here at dunkin donuts, talking to fans all morning long, everyone is excited and pumped up. tonight at 7:00, the ravens take on the cincinnati bangles at mt bank stadium. it's abuzz this morning. the ravens are dedicating this season to art model. he was the former ravens owner and man who brought football back to baltimore. this year the ravens could face the biggest challenge yet. the ravens will play 8 of the 16 games against teams that made the playoffs last year. the ravens won't have torrell. we caught up with the fans, here is what they have to say about the team. love the ravens, they are a great team. my daughter goes to college in baltimore. i have adopted them. that's my team. i think they have a good shot to win tonight. i'm sure they
43. traffic moving along. the roads will be slick. a look at 695, parkville, traffic picking up, no delays traveling towards tow son. >>> how far would you go to get the prized parking spot? an edgewood woman went too far in a parking rage accident that what happened in white marsh. linda so is live now. >> reporter: the woman got upset over a parking spot and took matters in to her hands and ended up in jail and faces charges of first and second degree assault and bail set at $1 million, brandy aims of har park caught got in fight with a woman over a parking spot outside the staples store friday night. aims got back in to her car, hit the woman, and pinned her against another car. that's not all. an inno accident bystander a became he second target. when aims saw the person tripe to get a tag number and take pictures, she drove in to the victim and hit her as well. shoppers can't believe it went that far. >> the farthest i would go is horn honking or yelling but i would keep going. >> i don't like coming whennist crowded, people are crazy. >> reporter: the second victim gave po
the many lives lost. lostt<> <>there was a putty hill avenue in along - parkville...where 2-thousand 9 hundded 77 flags were placed late last week...one for each victim of the attacks.the organizer saas its all about keeping a promise. iq: we made a promise of... to never forget///butt to///i didn't loose anybody... but i think we all lost somebody somebodyorganizers also want &pus to remember the people who lost their lives... fighting in the wars after the 9-11 attacks. because of the somber day... the pressdentiaa candidates took a break from campaigning. but two maryland delegates, chose to hold fundraisers.ii's reported, both delegates jon cardin and eric bromwell spent the day raising money.cardin told one news outlet ... he didn't think the fundraiser political action is patriotic. delegate bromwell had his "jamaica me crazy" fundraiser guests were asked o write ""/11 is a time of rememberance, not a party, for any celebration, to plan a fundraiser for 9/11 is in very poor taste" 3 taste"delegate bromwell declined our request for an interview. teachers in c
, no problems to report on the beltway from parkville all the way up towards towson. and for those of you using the jfx, no problems to report and no delays, just 11 minutes to travel southbound from 695 all the way downtown to fayette street. >>> two men are shot in north baltimore and the police are searching for the gunmen. linda so is live at the police headquarters. what is the latest? >> reporter: the search continues for the suspects and the motive remains uncleared. two men were shot in the arm just before 10:00 last night near north parkway the men are in their 20s and 40s. both victims were shot in the arm. the men were found in a car. but the police say that the shooting did not happen at that election. they believe it happened somewhere else and they drove to that area. and men were taken to near hospitals with non-life threateng injuries. and the search for the suspect continues this morning and the motive is unclear. linda so, "abc 2 news." >>> it is a tough time for people in harford county sheriff's department is preparing for at loss. they're saying good-bye to another sergeant
in parkville may change how the owners do business. the liquor board will review the license for that establishment. >> reporter: >> reporter: if the license is taken the bar may have to shut down. people who live next door say it's a long time coming and reason to celebrate. everybody knows the name but it's not celebrated like cheers in boston. the bar has captured headlines following two homicides. one in the parking lot in july and just two weeks ago baltimore county police say a security guard was stabbed to death while breaking up a night. the bar is a cross the street from homes. >> those people out after the bars close and there have been fights after the bar has closed. loud music, the thumping going on and my wife and i wake up and are like we can't believe they are still out there. >> reporter: over the past few weeks there has been a change. >> less noise, less traffic. it's almost like it's on shut down. >> reporter: you can still seal a bullet hole in one home. neighbors say from a fight years ago. now they are making noise and hoping the baltimore county liqu
in the parkville community say the bar is a constant problem and in fact they have writent councilman but never got a response. on sunday night -- written their councilman but never got a response. they gathered to remember jones and neighbors want the bar jones jones' family begged for help to find the killer. >> anyone that knows anything possible that can bring forward the person that did this to my baby son at that vares jones, -- tavares jones please come forward. >> for a bar that dangerous, and that has had as many problems as its had there, it should be closed. >> reporter: abc2 news asked thers if they could offer surveillance video but theywouldn't comment. they don't have a suspect in the case. jones leaves behind a 4-year- old son and 8-year-old daughter. sherri -- sherrie yonson abc2 -- johnson abc2 news. >>> last night firefightersraced to a home after reports of a fire and thick smoke from a house. they found a man who may have fractured his leg trying to rescue his elderly neighbor. they found a woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned this was an 88- year-old woman t
in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters where they are looking for the teenager. >>> police are testing the chemical to determine what it was. they are saying that it was not bomb making material. police are hazmat crews were called to park view. the person living there called 911 after he smelled a odor from the basement. he found his nephew and his friend mixing chemicals, they sold it to people to get high. >> i smell the worst smell i ever smelled in my life. i felt light headed, i thought i was going to pass out and maybe throw up. >> reporter: the teen's uncle says he had to call 911 911 earlier in the day when he saw a message from his nephew about attacking a high school. >>> one man died in a shooting on bail avenue before noon. police didn't release the conditions of the six people shot. >>> 28 year old woman hit by a car and the driver kept on going. police are trying to find that person who was behind the wheel of a sky blue car around 7:30, north of hickory bypass. the woman was near or in the road waving he arms. the car swerved to the left but hi
temperatures down going into this weekend. and parkville, 81 degrees. and it is right along the 695 strip we're seeing some pretty good weather conditions now with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. we topped out at 81 at bwi. normally we should be around 79 degrees. 94 was set back in 1931. here is your forecast. 74 through the course of this evening. nighttime temperatures falling back into the 60s. and waking up tomorrow to breezy, blended sunshine and clouds with a temperature around 60. we'll talk more about that front and the weekend forecast, maybe a big storm for monday that is coming up in a little bit. >> thank you. >>> police are constantly patrolling a part of glen burnie looking for a man they say burglarized the home of a 70-year-old woman. she was not hurt, but the case bears an eerie resemiwhat happens of a crime that happened in the same block two years ago. >> reporter: this burglary happened last saturday night. the suspect hid his face, was armed and took off running when he realized his victim was awake. since the weekend, the anne arundel police have been patrolling the
minutes from the outer loop from 795 down towards 95 and this is what the beltway looks like in parkville at harford road. no problems getting up from parkwell to towson. now over to you. >>> you send your kid off to school and expect them to be in a safe place. but we are talking about a second gun incident at baltimore county school in a two-weekperiod. an #th grader rode the buscarrying a 22 caliber semiautomatic and showed it -- 8th grader rode the bus careying a 22 caliber semiautomatic and showed it. the grandfather of the student is a 70-year-old man and he is being charged for allowing hig grandson to get ahold of the gun in the first place. this later incident and the one at perry hall has parents questioning just how safe their kid are when they go to school. it is the main focus during a meeting last night when the baltimore county superintendent addressed the crowd and saying safety has to be a priority and parents absolutely agree. >> i think it will make a lot of parents unhappy if the things are happening to their kids instead of suspension, you know, the kid is going in ti
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13 minutes from 795, towards 95. no delays now on the beltway from parkville, up to towson, if you are using the jfx to get downtown, a 12 minute ride from 695, to fayette street. >>> love a good bargain? before you head out and go shopping, abc 2 news is working for you to help you tak advantage of sales in september. this is the time to do it. renae marsh is live with a list of things you might be able to save on. >> reporter: this list is coming from time.com, we have about 3 weeks to seek out these bargains we will tell you about. on the top of the list, car, did you know, that september is when most dealerships get the new stock of car for the following year. now, dealerships are beginning to get the 2013 cars, that means the sticker price on the 2012 cars will likely be lower. it's also a good time to get that lower lease rate. jewelry is a bargain during september as well. with no holidays like mothers day and valentines, jewelers are hungry for a sale and willing to negotiate. summer items go on sale, sunscreen and beach towels for next year and if you are in the market for
around parkville high school, there are a total of 2977 of them. this tuesday will be the 11th anniversary of those attacks. there is nothing like the start of a new football season. everybody think s their team has a shot at the super bowl. a caravan of ravens vans is already starting to celebrate. roosevelt leftwich has more and wishes he was with them. >> i sure do. after a devastating loss in last year's championship game, ravens fans can't wait to start this 2012 season and while most of the league plays sunday the ravens fans will have to wait longer, finally opening the season monday night. a caravan of fans cheerleaders, mascots, band leaders and that guy are showing team spirit already, part of the team's count down to kick off. >> the girls were telling me running out on a regular season game, even so monday night, it's going to be crazy running out in the stadium , the fans are on their feet the entire time and cheering throughout the whole game. >> grab your ravens gear and head out. there are stops including white marsh, harbor east, glen burnie. the celebrations w
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